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now at 4:30 --- major damage after ?flames rip through a storage business? in elkhorn overnight.we'll show you the damage. 3 and -- a number of golf courses in new berlin have been targeted by theives... we'll tell you what they're taking. 3 good morning everyone.it's friday, august 19-th.i'm jessica tighe. tighe.and i'm kyle aevermann in for kate chappellwe've got a lot coming up for you this morning... including, a big win for the green and gold.we have the highlights from last night's second preseason game for the pack... pack... love starting off the morning by telling you about a packers win!but first--- meteorologist "justin thompson gee" is back from hawaii.he was supposed to bring the sunshine back... but i'm not sure that's the case! what can we expect today, justin?
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((???quick 30 second wx tease 5) 5???))today: partly cloudy with scattered storms possible in the morning and again in the evening. hot and humid with highs as warm as 900 but feeling a bit warmer. wind: sw 5-15 mph.tonight: storms slowly ending. stays warm and muggy with lows around 700. wind: sw 5-10 mph.weekend: storms likely on saturday especially from late morning through evening. strong storms not expected but some steady rain possible. drier on sunday with a few clouds. getting cooler but still above-average saturday around 800, but sunday stays in the 70s for
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new this morning--- a fire breaks out overnight at a storage business in elkhorn. most of the storage units are now destroyed.the complex is located on nathan land and "deere" road. the flames started around 10:30 last night.it took ?multiple? departments to get them out.no one was hurt. the cause of the investigation. developing news this morning... a 42-year-old milwaukee man is dead after a shooting in a police station parking lot. lot.it happened just before 6:30 last night at the district six station on 27th near oklahoma..police say the 42 year year old victim was outside the police station and got into an argument with two men who were in a parked van.. during the argument, we're told one of the men in the van... pulled out a handgun and shot the victim. that man
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inside the station and turned themselves and the gun into police. the victim was taken to a hospital where he has since died. 3 a number of state groups warn... we could see ?more unrest? in the sherman park neighbhorhood... if the police body cam video from saturday's officer-involved shooting in milwaukee isn't released. (sa-ville) smith was ?killed? when police say... he refused to drop a gun. the groups--- including the "a-c-l-u"... "coalition for justice".. .and "wisconsin jobs now" say... the community ?won't be able to move forward? until that video is put out.they say... authorities should ?first? show the footage to the family... then release it to the ?public.? 34-53 "the mayor at the press conference said that he saw a still photo of the video. i don't know why he didn't have 25 seconds to look at the video. but he has a still photo from the video which showed the gun in mr. smith's hand. and i'll take his word at that. but without the sound, without knowing when the order to drop the gun was given, without knowing when the shots were fired - just having a gun in the hand doesn't tell the public what they need to know." know." 3 the wisconsin department of justice is in charge of the
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video right now.milwaukee police chief "ed flynn" says... the video is ?mostly silent? because of an "audio delay" when switching on the body camera. 3 the d-o-j is asking for tips about the officer-involved shooting.in fact, it now has an ?online tip form? set up for anyone to submit information.they're asking people for ?facts? -- not speculation or hearsay. we have a link to that tip form at cbs-58-dot-com. looking ahead...there will be a "listening session" tonight in milwaukee's sherman park neighborhood...in wake of last unrest.it will take place from six to nine at parklawn assembly of god near sherman boulevard and roosevelt drive. milwaukee mayor tom barrett gave credit to the faith community in helping keep the calm this week. he said members "stepped up and made a big difference." 3 hundreds gathered at "all saints parish" last night to ?pray for peace? after the violent weekend in milwaukee. the archdiocese of milwaukee held a mass--- calling on people to come together... communicate... and work toward finding ?solutions? to the unre.
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lives in sherman park was among the crowd with her grandmother.she watched the violence unfold... just outside her window. ayden, 7-years-old 01;41;09 i came here to pray for peace in the city and hope that whatever violence is going on, about the burning down houses, i hope it stops pretty soon. soon. the archbishop was ?traveling? and unable to attend. 3 stay with cbs 58 for the latest devlopments on the unrest in the sherman park neighborhood--- both on-air and online, at cbs 58 dot com. this morning, an jackson police officer is back on duty following a deadly officer involved shooting last month. the washington county district attorney ruled the shooting justified. police were called to a home on stone-wall drive back on july first..when they arrived they say they found 58-year-old ?helmut wihowski? trying to slash a woman with a large knife.when he wouldn't put the knife down... officer kyle henning opened fire. henning was administrative leave.. but is back to his normal duties. looking ahead--- the woman
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car through a red light and killing two men in milwaukee... will be in court today for a competency hearing. hearing.23-year old "jasmine ray" is challenging her intial competency ruling.ray wanted to plead not guilty by reason of insanity... but a doctor's report didn't support that. another report stated she ?is mentally competent. she 's charged with two counts of reckless homicide.we will get a decision when she appears in court at 10 this morning. this morning...police are looking for the people responsible for breaking into their cars while victims police say the thefts are happening at courses in new berlin, north prairie, grafton, and mount pleasant. and police believe they're all connected.authorities say the thieves look for unlocked cars in the course parking lot, grab credit cards, then charge thousands on those cards. take a good look at these photos... police suspect these people used the stolen cards. if you recognize them... call the ozaukee county sheriff's office. an new organization is trying to spread the message of hope
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"your circumstances don't have to define your future..." that's the message from "a cry for help foundation" -- which is just blocks from sherman par. park...its founder is more determined than ever now to repair hope in the neighborhood. 25-year-old bianca willaims started the foundation over a year ago.. families and youth in the area count on her for basic needs, like clothes, shoes and food. her mission starts with kids who can't afford summer programs.so this year-- she hired dozens of them to clean up the neighborhood. "46.37 they didn't like it at first and once they were out in the community and saw people saying thank you we appreciate you. they were like oh i can do this again."butt together52.18 just taking it one day at a time. and just reaching back grabbing a young boy or girl that's what's important right now." now." right now-- the foundation is supported by williams and donations.. but she's working to secure funding through the city to help more people.to get involved and learn about
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go to our website-- cbs 58 dot com. 3 3 good news for packers fans... the pro-football hall of fame is giving refunds to those who bought tickets to the cancelled pre-season game in canton, ohio.fans will get back the face-value of their tickets, fees ?and? one-night hotel accommodations. accommodations.fans will also get four tickets to the hall of fame museum.the victory comes after at least four fans filed suit over the debacle. the august 7-th game -- between green bay and indianapo after hardened paint damaged parts of the playing field. 3 the green and gold are celebrating a victory this morning...the packers were back at lambeau last night, taking on the oakland raiders in the second preseason game....aaron rodgers didn't take a snap - the packers are still being cautious after jordy nelson's injury last preseason. eddie lacy had nine carries, 45 yards, and an incredible plunge for a first quarter score.brett hundley got a start, but was out after
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the packers won 20-12.they get two more tune-ups ... next friday night in san francisco, a late kickoff there, and september first in kansas city against the chiefs. the pack won't play at lambeau field again until week three of the regular season, september 25th. 3 3 3 3 ((???1:45 seconds??)) ((???tease ahead??10???)) ahead??10???)) today: partly cloudy with scattered storms possible in
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highs as warm as 900 but feeling a bit warmer. wind: sw 5-15 mph.tonight: storms slowly ending. stays warm and muggy with lows around 700. wind: sw 5-10 mph.weekend: storms likely on saturday especially from late morning through evening. strong storms not expected but some steady rain with a few clouds. getting cooler but still above-average saturday around 800, but sunday stays in the 70s for the first time this month. today: partly cloudy with scattered storms possible in the morning and again in the evening. hot and humid with highs as warm as 900 but feeling a bit warmer. wind: sw
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slowly ending. stays warm and muggy with lows around 700. wind: sw 5-10 mph.weekend: storms likely on saturday especially from late morning through evening. strong storms not expected but some steady rain possible. drier on sunday with a few clouds. getting cooler but still above-average saturday around 800, but sunday stays in the 70s for
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coming -- truth? why police believe four american swimmer lied about a robbery in rio... and who's standing up for them this
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feingold: that's my grandfather with a brand new truck. it was one of the first to come out of this plant in 1923. manufacturing jobs are shipped away because of a tax code that actually rewards companies for exporting jobs. let's close the corporate loopholes- that will save taxpayer money and help business create jobs here. i'm russ feingold and i approve this message because we don't need an economy that works only for ceos,
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around the world this morning...the face of a young boy is showing us the reality of the syrian conflict.we want to warn you, some of these images are difficult to watch. watch.?omran? was pulled from the rubble of a building, hit during an airstrikes in "aleppo."authorities say he appears to be four to five years old.he's sitting on a chair inside an and he's not crying... just bewildered at the chaos around him. many are saying this image serves as a vivid reminder of the syrian war's horror. police say... olympic swimmer ryan lochte and three other american swimmers ?lie?d when they said they were robbed at gunpoint sunday.now people ?connected to the swimmers? say... the olympians are telling the truth. truth.(ryan lochte/ olympic athlete): "they pulled out their guns. they told the other swimmers to get down on the ground. they got down on the ground. i refused. i was like we didn't do anything
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out his gun he cocked it put it to my forehead...he took our money, he took my wallet." wallet." but police say... the stunning story is just that -- a ?story.? rio officials say... the olympians were ?drunk?... and vandalized a gas station.... then made up a "cover" story.police say... lochte got into a confrontation with security guards at the gas station.as the swimmers tried to leave in a cab -- police say... one security guard ?pulled a gun?-- forcing the athletes out of the cab... and on the ground.the police say.... the swimmers then ?paid for the damage and left.?police say... ?lochte? is the one who created the liebut sources close to the swimmers say... they ?did? believe they were being robbed at gunpoint. 3 back here in the u-s.a man from chesterton, indiana is continuing his attempt this morning at a record setting 120 mile swim across lake michigan and back. back.he started his trek thursday morning from chicago.
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expects the swim to take at least 70 hours. wolford...wearing only a bathing suit...swim cap and goggles... is being escorted by a support boat.wolford says he wants to raise awareness of the importance of clean water, and to raise money for nature preservation programs. uber is trying to help local kids get ready for the new school year. the ride sharing company uber ...is launching "uber-school" in partnership with "yoobi." between 11 and two today... you can request a free uber to your location... the you.... collect school supply donations... then donate them on your behalf.all donated items will benefit milwaukee public school classrooms.if you'd like to participate just open the app and hit "school" on the bottom slider and request a vehicle to pick up your donations. milwaukee's annual irish fest kicks off in full force today. today.the world's largest celebration of irish music and culture opens at four and runs until midnight tonight at
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video from last night's "preview night."?today is half price friday!general admission tickets are just ten dollars. this deal lasts from open to close.irish fest runs through this sunday ...the 21-st at the summerfest grounds.coming up at 5:45...we'll have a live report from irish fest and take a look at what's new this year. coming up---- the new i-phone may be getting some criticism before it even debuts. debuts.and we show you the sight drawing tourists to hawaii...as if the beaches aren't enough! plus -- the latest wedding trend is something we bet almost all wisconsinites will enjoy... 3 3 3 a live look over.....on the
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tourists in hawaii are flocking to the state's ?big flowing lava.the lava is ?slowly creeping to sea cliffs?... where it falls 200 feet to the shoreline. the last time this happened was in 20-13. to see the lava flow by land--- visitors need to take a 10-mile roundtrip hike across the volcano. 3 ((???1:15 seconds??))
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today: partly cloudy with scattered storms possible in the morning and again in the evening. hot and humid with highs as warm as 900 but feelingbi 5-15 mph.tonight: storms slowly ending. stays warm and muggy with lows around 700. wind: sw 5-10 mph.weekend: storms likely on saturday especially from late morning through evening. strong storms not expected but some steady rain possible. drier on sunday with a few clouds. getting
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saturday around 800, but sunday stays in the 70s for the first time this month. today: partly cloudy with scattered storms possible in the morning and again in the evening. hot and humid with highs as warm as 900 but feeling a bit warmer. wind: sw 5-15 mph.tonight: storms slowly ending. stays warm and muggy with lows around 700. wind: sw 5-10 mph.weekend: storms likely on saturday especially from late morning through evening. strong storms not expected but some steady rain possible. drier on sunday with a few clouds. getting cooler but still above-average saturday around 800, but
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3 3 in this morning's money watch report...twitter is amping up its war on terror.the social media company announced it has suspended ?235-thousand? accounts in the past six months for promoting terrorism. terrorism.in total--- it's suspended 360-thousand accounts since 20-15.
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identify? the terrorist groups or specific accounts--- but says... it's likely many are associated with isis.isis has been very active on twitter and other social networks.... to spread propaganda and attract new recruits. 3 a french site-- "no where else-dot-f-r"-- claims it has attained schematics of the i- phone seven.according to the site-- the images do not show a headphone jack at the bottom of the phone...like the one you see here.instead, apple will supposedly put a second speaker grill in that spot. apple has no expecting the tech company to announce details of the latest iphone next month. 3 a small--- but growing number of couples-- are saying "i do" on thursdays.the average cost of a wedding in the u-s is nearly 33-thousand dollars -- but that can be ?significantly higher? in some cities.simply changing the wedding date from traditional weekend dates... can bring considerable savings to couples.according to "the knot"....nearly six-percent of couples got married on thursday last year.that's up
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in 20-14. 3 the next time you call uber, you could be picked up in a self driving car.the ride sharing company is launching public trials of fully self-driving cars in pittsburgh this month.volvo and uber are teaming up together in a 300 million dollar deal to create the vehicles.so far...there are six self-driving cars being tested in pittsburgh.they plan to have 100 on the road by the end of 2016.according to a recent survey....48-per americans are willing to try out self-driving cars. 3 anchor reaction....
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in trending topics...if you're planning a wedding or know someone who is... you might want to try this "cheesy" dessert -- a cake made of cheese!a cheese shop owner in madison... started making them a few years ago... and says their popularity is taking off. 30-42"people come in wanting cheese for their special occasion, weddings. so the more we started thinking about it, we saidy memorable moment for that special day?"10-14(ken monteleone/ owner, fromagination) "being in wisconsin, if you're going to serve cheese, we want to do it kind of the unconventional way." way." 3 the idea seems to have started in england--- but it's now found its way to the u-s -- and appropriately-- wisconsin.
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3 we'll get you caught up on your top local headlines at the top of the hour hourwe have breaking news... a shooting in downtown milwaukee. 3 plus ... local police say theives are ripping off credit cards at golf courses.details next! feingold: that's my grandfather with a brand new truck. it was one of the first to come out of this plant in 1923. but today, too many good manufacturing jobs are shipped away because of a
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that will save taxpayer money and help business create jobs here. i'm russ feingold and i approve this message because we don't need an economy that works only for ceos,
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good morning everyone. it's friday, august 18th. i'm jessica tighe.. tighe..and i'm kyle aevermann in for kate chappell...the green bay packers back in preseason action.. they came away with a win but at what cost?. we'll have details from green bay.. but first--- let's get you ready for the day ahead.we always like to rock the sunglases on a friday... but you might not need them today. meteorloigst justin thompson gee has your ready forecast. 3 3 (((30 second tz))) tz)))today: partly cloudy with scattered storms possible in the morning and again in the evening. hot and humid with highs as warm as 900 but